Improving HIV Care


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Through better HCP-patient dialogue, we can begin to uncover and address issues, including the
acceptance of side effects,
the potential for drug-drug interactions, and disruptions
to daily routines.

BENEFITS TO PATIENTS

*Suboptimized patients are those who have HIV RNA <50 copies/mL but reported dissatisfaction with their current antiretroviral regimens or reported they were satisfied with the regimens but responded to some survey questions that would indicate underlying dissatisfaction. See THE DEFINITION OF A SUBOPTIMIZED PATIENT.


  • Fatigue, weakness, or tiredness (24% vs 42%, respectively)
  • Sleeping problems such as trouble falling asleep or waking up in the middle of the night (24% vs 38%, respectively)
  • Diarrhea (14% vs 31%, respectively)

Not suboptimized patients are those who have HIV RNA <50 copies/mL, reported satisfaction with their current antiretroviral regimens, and did not respond to any survey questions indicating underlying dissatisfaction. See THE DEFINITION OF A NOT SUBOPTIMIZED PATIENT.

The 3 most commonly selected symptoms by the suboptimized group from a list of 20 symptoms provided in the survey.

*Suboptimized patients are those who have HIV RNA <50 copies/mL but reported dissatisfaction with their current antiretroviral regimens or reported they were satisfied with the regimens but responded to some survey questions that would indicate underlying dissatisfaction. See THE DEFINITION OF A SUBOPTIMIZED PATIENT.

Not suboptimized patients are those who have HIV RNA <50 copies/mL, reported satisfaction with their current antiretroviral regimens, and did not respond to any survey questions indicating underlying dissatisfaction. See THE DEFINITION OF A NOT SUBOPTIMIZED PATIENT.

The 3 most commonly selected symptoms by the suboptimized group from a list of 20 symptoms provided in the survey.

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